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Allan Stewart’s Big Big Variety Show – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

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Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald King’s Theatre favourite Allan Stewart is back to host his Big Big Variety Show for a fifth year with a packed line up featuring some of his best showbiz pals. This isn't a rerun of previous incarnations, the 2018 Big Big Variety Show is fit to bursting with a new lease of life. Gone are the tired ...

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Cinderella – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

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Director: Ed Curtis Reviewer: Dominic Corr This was the year many found their voice to speak out. It was a divisive year, emotionally, politically and morally for many. Pantomime reminds us to sit back, relax and to just breath. Be close to our loved ones and appreciate the finer things in life just for a few hours. The finest of ...

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Jack and the Beanstalk – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

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Director: Ed Curtis Choreographer: Stillie Dee Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald As the festive season approaches, the King’s Theatre in Edinburgh once again earns its crown as Scotland's best panto with a winning mix of music, fun and glamour. The result is an uplifting, rib-tickling theatrical event that is not to be missed. A reimagining of the classic tale, Jack and the ...

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Canned Laughter – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

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Writer: Ed Curtis with Allan Stewart Director: Ed Curtis Reviewer: Dominic Corr Regular patrons of the King’s Theatre might just recognise tonight’s stars without their panto make-up. Allan Stewart, Andy Gray and Grant Stott play a trio of ageing comedians once a triple-act, who go their separate ways. After writing the titular play, Gray’s character Gus tries his hardest to ...

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Canned Laughter – Theatre Royal, Glasgow

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Writers: Ed Curtis and Allan Stewart Director: Ed Curtis Reviewer: R G Balgray It’s ironic that CannedLaughter is showing at the Theatre Royal while the Glasgow Comedy Festival continues at other venues throughout the city. For this production harks back to pre-alternative days; more specifically, to those more innocent days of the 1970s. While this decade has received some disturbing ...

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

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Writers: Michael Harrison, Allan Stewart, Alan McHugh &Beth Eden Choreographer: Stillie Dee Director: Ed Curtis Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald   Last performed at The King’s Theatre in 2002, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs returns triumphantly for this festive season. The well-known Grimm Brothers tale of the girl banished to the woods by her evil step-mother comes to life with a ...

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Allan Stewart’s Big Big Variety Show – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Returning to the King's Theatre for a second year with his Variety Show, Allan Stewart calls in a host of his showbiz chums and his Big Band to once again remind us why variety still rules in Scottish theatres. An impressive line up includes Jo Caufield, a familiar face from Mock The Week and other panel shows, ...

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Aladdin – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Director: Ed Curtis Musical Director: Andy Pickering Choreographer: Stillie Dee Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald As the festive season hits full swing, Edinburgh’s favourite variety triplet return to the King’s Theatre in Aladdin, showing they are an entertainment force that is difficult to beat. Telling the classic story of the pauper from Peking who's luck changes when he finds a magic lamp ...

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